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lĭgūrītor (lĭgurr- ), ōris, m. id.. *
I. One fond of dainties, an epicure, gourmand: “eumque quasi liguritorem catillonem appellat,Macr. S. 2, 12.—
II. In mal. part., Aus. Ep. 128 in lemm.
1.lĭgūrĭus , gulosus, catillo, λίχνος, Gloss.
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